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indiana has died. the 14-month-old girl was found alive in a field on friday night after a series of tornados. today, angel babcock was removed from life support due to the severity of her injuries. she was found 150 yards from where her family's home stood. the parents, brother and sister were all killed as well. jay gray is in lyhenryville, alabama. >> the echo of chain saws cuts through a community sered to its core. mother nature may have delivered the first violent shock, but clearly the fight here is far from over. an army of volunteers pull ing out and piling up what they can. the weapons in this war to survive include front loaders, backhoes, and at times along the front lines of this disaster, the battle is hand-to-hand combat. >> people from everywhere coming to help and just this the fact that in a time like this that people can come, people that don't even know each other can help and bring what resources we have. >> reporter: many understand the fickle nature of the storms and the real possibility they could be next. >> it's incredible. by the grace of god, ten miles
storms sfauned dozens of tornadoes this afternoon from indiana to tennessee. one of the hardest-hit areas, henriville, indiana, where from the air the path of destruction stretches for miles. entire homes ripped from their foundations, neighborhoods gone. this school bus tossed into a house. another thrown on its side in the parking lot of the local high school where classes were just letting out when a funnel cloud was spotted. >> we had numerous tornadoes hit the ground. >> reporter: there are reports of several injuries and at least one person missing. crews are still working through the rubble searching for survivors. in nearby marysville, a similar scene, homes obliterated, trees sawed in house, the rural landscape dotted with destruction. from indiana, the storm continued to move east into tennessee with the same disastrous results, trees and power lines snapped, roofs ripped from homes all with little warning. >> well, it started thundering and lightning and the wind got up a little bit and clouds started becoming really black, opened up just like a white cloud, went right straight
night. crews found the little girl in a field in washington county, indiana, they say she is in critical condition tonight. she was rushed to a nearby hospital, where she was stabilized and then airlifted to a children's hospital in louisville, kentucky. that hospital is trying to keep track of all the new patients coming in. >> we went into disaster mode. not sure how many children we were going to get from the devastation that occurred in indiana and we have tags and we put arm bands and everything on the children. just to identify them. and found out pretty quickly that nobody came with this little girl. >> authorities now say they have identified the little girl, a hospital spokesperson says both her parents, her 3-year-old brother and her 2-month-old sister were killed in the tornadoes. >>> and around here, the weather was absolutely gorgeous today. very different. we're going to check in with meteorologist rob mayeda with what's going on with the crazy weather we've had this week. >> we've gone from rain and snow, to temperatures that could be getngtilose to 80 degrees in some spot
called pap porn indiana. no one is suggesting they are as healthful as a handful of care the careicators, but they are better than brownies. >> you can have treats in moderation and that will go a long way towards making them healthy adults. >> also on the list of the best packaged foots, bare naked mix and quaker oatmeal granola bars and anything made by kashi. >> no more than three grams of fat for 100 calories. >> they should max out at 100 to 200 calories a serving. the dietician and parent-approved snack that tastes good. erica edwards, nbc news. >> we need healthy snacks in the newsroom. >> we do. >> happy monday to you, jeff. >> welcome back from vacation, raj. we had extreme weather this weekend and reports of hail in morgan hill and south san jose. all added up to these major rain totals in the santa cruz mountains. some of the top numbers and over 16 and 1/4 inches. nearly 6 n orinda and san francisco close to three inches. the rain varied widely, but any rain we picked up was much welcomed. six inches below for the water season. on the radar, we are northeast in the south bay.
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